The "Bottom Up" Approach to Work Experience
Often times decisions about how an office is set up or what tools are used are determined by executives in a board room. How can you be sure those decisions will meet the needs of your workers? You could ask them with Hopewell Align.
Often times decisions about how an office is set up or what tools are used are determined by executives in a board room. How do you know if those decisions are the right ones? If you're investing in a new software or redoing your office, those are substantial investments. You want to make sure the right decision is made.
We at Workscapes have recently partnered with Hopewell. Hopewell Align applies the concepts from consumer research to the work experience to provides actionable insights on the practices, tools, and environments at work.
The Bottom Up Approach
One of the most unique things about Hopewell Align is that it is complete and honest feedback from your team. Every individual is able to answer the survey in about ten minutes.
While data is gathered about the department, age, and gender of individuals to give additional data points, the answers are anonymous. Workers can feel free to give honest feedback about their experience without fear of repercussion.
Hopewell then compiles this data into readable, actionable insights on what can be done to improve the work experience of your team.
Hopewell is changing the game for work experience. The top down approach that most companies have been using to make decisions can be a thing of the past. The office can now be built from the bottom up. Instead of a top down approach of executives in a board room making their best guesses, you can get real data that can be translated into real decisions that you can be sure will make an impact.